Christchurch: The death of seven Indians has been confirmed so far in the terrorist attack in two mosques in New Zealand. Farhaz Hassan, resident of Hyderabad, died during treatment of Imran Ahmed Khan of Karim Nagar. Farhaz Hassan was an engineer from the profession, apart from Jusaid Yusuf Kara of Navsari in Gujarat and a young man named Mousawali Suleiman Patel of Bharuch have also died. The search operation is going on for the remaining two Indians missing since the attack.
Indian High Commission in touch with families
On the Twitter account of the Indian High Commission, it said, “We are in talks with New Zealand officials to find nine Indians, including two people of Indian origin. Two Indians are undergoing treatment. Talk to the New Zealand government for the other continues. They are also in constant contact with their families. ”
49 people killed in attack
At least 49 people were killed and many others were injured in the Al Nur Mosque of Central Christchurch and on the Lynwood Mosque in the outskirts of the city on Friday. In view of the Christchurch attacks, police have advised Muslims from all over the country not to go to mosques anywhere in New Zealand.
Two Pakistani nationals were also included in the dead
Two Pakistanis were also killed in the terrorist attacks on mosques and one of them was killed during an attack attempting to control the attacker during the attack. This information has been given in a media report. According to the news of ‘Express Tribune’, the injured Nayeem Rashid died during treatment and he has been identified as a person who snatched the right-wing terrorists who attacked the mosque in the city of Christchurch.